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85L200Express 85L200Express is offline
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Default Handbrake Movement Scraping On Rotor

I did the rear rotors and pads, on the passenger side I forgot to release the handbrake when trying to take the rotor off. I eventually remembered and then took it off and replaced the rotor.

Now there is a scraping sound from that rotor and the handbrake assembly rocks easily left to right and one shoe slides back and forth. I can't seem to tighten it and get it to stay in place and it keeps rubbing on the rotor now.

The drivers side is fine.

Any advice? Or do I need to replace the entire hand brake kit on that side?

I've got no prior experience with handbrake adjustment etc...
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One of the springs that lifts pad off the drum may have become dislodged.
Mike R. Sydney. Pajero GLS NX Silver Jan15. DiD Auto. STILL grossly disappointed with the errors in Speed Limits on major roads in my TomTom.
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